Liquid liquid


We played our first shows in New York as Liquid Idiot. The sound eventually evolved and became more groovy, 2000

Liquid Liquid is a post-punk, post-disco band, initially active between 1980 and 1983. They are best known for their track Cavern, which was covered by the Sugar Hill House band, which was then used as the backing to Grandmaster Flash and Melle Mel’s famous track “White Lines (Don’t Do it)”. The quartet consisted of Scott Hartley (drums, percussion), Richard McGuire (bass) Salvatore Principato (vocals), and Dennis Young (percussion). They released three EPs in their existence, plus one 1982 performance, Live From Berkely Square.